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Free Valentine’s Day Sewing Projects

Can you believe February 14 is one month away? Today, I’m sharing 14 FREE Valentine’s Day Sewing Projects with you that range in size from small to large. By next month, you’ll be ready to spread some handmade love to all of your friends and family!

Check out these 14 FREE Valentine's Day Sewing Projects compiled by The Crafty Quilter

This Mini Heart Quilt Tutorial from Shelly at Coral & Co. really speaks to me. I love the soft colors and sweet appeal of this one!

Quilts can be a beautiful expression of love, especially when they include hearts like this Chains of Love Quilt Pattern from Amanda at Jedi Craft Girl and Amber at Gigi’s Thimble. It takes just five fat quarters plus background fabric to make this 50″ square quilt.

Whip up this Sweetheart Zip Pouch from Melissa at Polka Dot Chair and you’ll make any girl’s heart sing. Fill it with something sweet and you’re all set!

I love to decorate for every holiday and this Quilted Heart Tutorial (by me) makes it so much fun. These stuffed hearts can be filled with lavender, too, and look great gathered in a basket.

I think it’s great when we can include children in our creativity. This Valentine’s Day Embroidery Hoop Art Tutorial from Ruth at Living Well Spending Less is perfect for getting the kids involved. Hoop art makes great decorations too!

This Valentine’s Day Mini Treat Bag Tutorial from Peta at She Quilts A Lot would make a great start to some sweet gifts. Anything small would fit perfectly into these gift bags.

If you’re looking for a gift with no calories, then check out these Felt and Fabric Heart Sachet Valentines from Beverly at Flamingo Toes. Add a touch of lavender to make them as sweet as can be!

For a little family fun, make these Valentine Tic Tac Toe Game Hearts by Crystal for Make It Love It. I know some grandkids that would love this gift!

Always a favorite of mine is this Simple Hearts Quilt Tutorial from Allison at Cluck Cluck Sew. It’s not only great for Valentine’s Day, it makes a perfect baby quilt too. You can see my version of it here.

This Baby Heart Log Cabin Quilt Tutorial by Caroline at Sew Can She is a fun variation of the traditional log cabin quilt. I can picture a scrappy version for myself!

I think this Heart Table Runner Tutorial from Connie at Free Motion by the River would be a great way to decorate for the month of February. It looks fast and easy to make which is a big bonus!

Pillows are always great to accent a room for any holiday. I love this Heart Pennant Pillow Tutorial from Amy at Diary of a Quilter. It’s simple and sweet and has a Scandinavian charm to it.

I’ll end with one of my own favorites, my Ombre Heart Quilt Block Tutorial. This block is really fun and easy to make with lots of options for various size quilt projects. Plus it’s great for using up scraps!

Last year, I made Ombre Heart Coasters using the same quilt block, but a little smaller. These are really fast to make and could be included in a gift ensemble with tea/coffee and chocolates.

With these 14 free Valentine’s Day Sewing Projects, you should feel ready to make something special. I love being able to create gifts and decorations from my sewing room, and I might need a little chocolate to keep up my strength! I hope you feel inspired with these fun Valentine sewing ideas!

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  1. What a “great” grandma- enjoy those littles! So many good ideas- most easy enough to finish before Valentines Day. Thanks as always- I’m enjoying your newsletter! Patty B

  2. i have tried several times to get the reflection quilt pattern but with no luck. not sure what i’m doing wrong but truly would love the pattern. love your blog and you make quilting fun and easy. thank you —cheryl

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